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Hey there. I hope your Friday is going well, or, if you’re in a part of the world where the weekend is already underway, I hope you’re having a good weekend. (If you’re in Australia and your Saturday is almost over, can you tell me if my son’s soccer team will win their Saturday game tomorrow?) Enjoy your classified Intelligence Briefing!
Hi there. It’s me, Forest. Long time no writey, eh? [Insert details of pandemic effects, health challenges, and remote 7th-grade schooling happening in our house.] I’ve deeply missed writing to you, and that’s not a joke. Finding great things to share with you and then writing to you about them is one of my favorite things to do. In the past, I used to share 10 things in each newsletter that could help your online business engine run better, but while I do like the number 10, the Number 4 feels left out. So, today’s issue of The Intelligence Brief is brought to you by The Number 4.
If you’re looking for the best “one stop shop” software to sell online courses, look no further. For the vast majority of people I’ve helped over the past 12 years (thousands of people like you and me who want to sell knowledge that can help other people in some way), Kajabi is an ideal solution to the challenge of building the tech system that will allow you to make money online from teaching.
Hi there. If you’re looking for a Teachable review that will help you decide whether it’ll work for your business, you’re in the right spot. Our approach to reviewing software is a thorough one, and this Teachable review is no different in that regard. We believe that giving you an in-depth look into what it’s like to use a piece of software is the most useful kind of information to help you decide what apps to use for your business.
Making whit up as we go.
Free ebooks, content upgrades at the bottom of a blog post, exit intent pop-ups that offer a free 7-day email course, webinars, video-based product launch formula launches for online courses. What do all of these marketing tactics have in common? Someone made them up. Many of them can work exceptionally well, but what do you do if most of them make you feel like a sleazy online marketer?
Something’s been on my mind for a long time around marketing for knowledge products like online courses. I will often fall asleep thinking about this, with notes and diagrams drawn on a giant whiteboard in my mind. It feels at times to be an intractable problem. Other times, it feels like a...